A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service

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Title:
A Biweekly cryogenics current awareness service
Running title:
Current awareness list
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v. : ; 27 cm.
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English
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Cryogenic Data Center
United States -- National Bureau of Standards
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NBS
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Low temperature research -- Bibliography   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility:
compiled by Cryogenic Data Center, Thermophysical Properties Division, National Bureau of Standards.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-list no. 719 (Dec. 22, 1980-Jan. 2, 1981)
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Cover title.
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Description based on: List no. 667 (Dec. 25, 1978-Jan. 5, 1979)

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University of Florida
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SNS CRYOGENIC DATA CENTER
AFFILIATED WITH THE OFFICE OF
STANDARD REFERENCE DATA


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SLiTICN I. LOw T;EFF-ATIUE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

J. '.lW 'FlE FHY5. VOL ',0, NO. 3/., (AUG 19O0)
1, P(OX:M:TY cL.rCTlCN TUNNELING SPcLTROSCOPY. I:. EFFECTS OF THE INDUCLC N-METAL PAIR
FOT-_TILL LA C>LCIJL.A'I0 S-'-TML PCOPtF.TicS, BY ARNOLD,G.5B ZASAOZINSKI J. OSMUNJ.W.
WOLF,F... (NL''TE GAME JKN V., IND.) 225-46.
2. KESISTIVE SCulJ AL-~.LMET- Y AT LOW TEMPERATUcES. BY PARK.,JG. VAIDYV4A.W. (IMPERIAL
CCLL. OF ECIENES qC T-CHNOLOGY, LONCON, ENGLAND. BLACKrTT LAB I P 247-74.
3. Tr-A J'T FP PERTIE IN A SUPECONDUCTINFG PROXIMITY SANDWICH SMITH MAGNETIC IMPURITIES.
bv rCrm,rN. (vAASEAm UNIV., TOKYC, JAFAN. SCIENCE ANG ENGINEERING RESEARCH LAB.)
F 275-35.
4. ZERO 50UN: ALNL THE VISCOELAETICITY OF LIQUID (3)H:. BY e UDNICKI. (CALIFORNIA UNIV.,
LOS NjGELtS) P 21-7-i6.
5. MC-IL.TV TENSCG uF Nr.ATIrVE IONS IN SUPERFLUIC (3)HE-A. BY SALOMAAM. PETHICK9C.J.
dAlYrr,G, (CAL:FC.NIA U'NI., LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 297-35b.
6. TIO-uIM.TNrION.,L FcRh. LIrUIDS. BY HAVENS-SACCO,S.M. WIOOM,A. (NORTHEASTERN UNIV.,
EOSTC>, 1 ;SS. OCET. OF PHYSICS) P 357-69.
7. CIJRPEr'-ur ijVh IExTUr.AL TrANSITION IN A (.)HE-A SLAB NEAD T(C). NUMERICAL EXTENSION
6-*CKJ "H c. EHOL'. bM HAM,T.E. HU,C.-R. (TEAAS A ANC M UNIV., COLLEGE STATION. OEPT.
CF :7h IC.) F 371-90.
8. LGH-TE4PFfCTUkE HALL COEFFICIENT FOR ALFPA-U ANO .OME DILUTE U-MO S0LiO SOLUTIONS, BY
COCRN'LIU,,..A. "MITrT.F. (MONA-H UNIVJ., 6LAYTON, AUSTRALIA. GEPT. OF PHYSICS)
F 3~1-40J.
9. MIr.G,:TC r'OF'E'IES OF VACANCIES CN THE TFIANGULAP PLANE (3)HE .RYSTA.. BY
IOrP.-uf'SKY,S.v. (riORLISK IN3T. FOP TEOPETISK ATOMFYSIK, COPENHAGEN, DENMAFK) P 401-13.

J. LJ6 T-FF. PHYS. 4OL iO, NO. 5/F (S-P 15O8i
10, Pr-xIMITN LrLC''ON TUNNELING SPECTRCSCOPY. III. ELECTRON-PHONON COUPLING IN THE NB-ZR
SYSTEM. Y1 hCLF,E.L. NGFr;..J. ARNOLDG.B. (AME3 LAB., IOCAl P 419-40.
11. i ~!LITY CF ELECTRONS IN THE SUFFAC'E .TATE OF LIQUID HELIUM, bY IYEv. (TOKVO UNIf.,
JAPAN. INST. FOr SOLIO S'ATZ PHYSICS P 441-51.
12. NUCLEAP MG.NETIL CRJEF.I HG :N E.CC SOLIC (3)HE. BY IWAHASHItK. MASUJA,V. (NAGOYA UNIr.,
JAPAN. DEFT. OF PHYSICS) P '.53-67.
13, GUh.\'UM OL-.LELATIONS QF 'HEt SUPERCONDuCTING TRANSITION TEMPERATURE IN AL-SIC SYSTEMS,
EY .IYLH. EULICK,C. SAN.ALGw. (STUTTGART UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISChES INST.)
0 4e-7s.
14. SCEIFIC HEAT CAPrAITY OF MOLYBDENUM CHALCOGENIOES. V. AN INVESTIGATION OF THE HEAT
CAPACITY OF FBMO(6) (.) PBMO(6)SE(e), ANC CORRESPONDING SAMPLES WITH DEPRESSED T(C)
VALUE:. FY LEKS5cVSKII,.E. WGLF,G. rCH.FELDC. DOBROVOLSKII,9.M. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCE GF THE USS'r MOSCOw. INST. OF FHYSICAL PROBLEM.) P 479-93.
15. O;DE, rmjlMETEr FELiXATION AND EXCESS C)NLUCTIVITY OF CURRENT-CARRYING SUPERCONDUCTORS.
BY RI'G:rt.J. MEISSNER,Ho (BELL LABS., NORCROSS, GA.) P 495-505.
16. HOQ OECS :.LID HELIUM t oTATE, EY NAOIRASHVILIZ.SH. TSAKADZE,J.S. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES CF ThE CFO.RGIAN SSR, TBILISI. iNST. OF PHYSICS) P 507-10.
17. INFESTIGATLCN OF CRITICAL VELOCITY OF VORTEX FORMATION IN HELIUM II, BY
NADIPAStlIL1,Z.SH. TSAKAJZL.,J.C. (ACALEcY OF SCIENCES OF THE GEORGIAN SSR, TBILISI.
INST. OF FF-SICS) P 511-2.
18. DEPEghENCE CF THE FLUA FLCH VISCOSITY COEFFICIENT ON THE GINZBUIG-LANDAU PARAMETER KAPPA
IN SUPERCLNDUCTING INDIUM FILMS. BY TAKANAMA,T, RAYCHAUDHURIA.K. RINDERERL.
(LAUSANNE UNIV., SWiTZEK.LANO. INST. GE PHYSIQUE EXPERIMENTAL) P 519-30.
19. LOCAL CO-,ELATICN BETWFEN FLUX FLOW NOISE ANG ISOLATED PINNING STRUCTURES. BY KOHAKEO.
HEIDEN,G. (MUENE'E, UNIV., GERMANY. INrT. FUER ANGEWANOTE PHYSIK) P 531-52.
20. A S-LF-CALIBATJib ,HODIUU-iFON iESISTIVE SQUID THERMOMETER FOR THE RANGE BELOW 0.5 K,
BY SOUL EN.; .J.,Jof. RUSBY,g.L. VAN VECrTiEN,L. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS,
hASHINGTON, L. C. CENTER FOR A6SCLUTE PHYSICAL QUANTITIES) P 553-69.
21. SPATIAL GOFRELATIONS IN MODEL FERMI FLUIDS, BY RISTIGM.L. LANMP..M (KOELN UNIV.,
GERMANY. INST. FUER THiCRiETISCHE PHYSIK) P 571-94.
22. STABILITY CF THE NONEQUILIBRIUM STATE OF A SUPERCONDUCTOR IRRADIATED BY AN
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD. BY IMAI,S. (TOhOKU UNIV., SENDAI, JAPAN. RESEARCH INST. OF
ELECTrICAL COMMUNICATION) P 595-615.
23. ELCCTFON-FHONON SCATTERING RATES IN NOBLE HETALS FROM NAGNETOACOUSTIC EXPERIMENTS. BY
JOHNSON,P.E. RAYNE,J.A. (CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIV., PITTSBURGH, PA.) P 617-28.
24. SHUSNIKOV-CE HAAS AND HIGH-FIELD MAGNETORESISTANCE EFFECTS IN THE A15 COMPOUND NB(3)SB.
BY SELLMYE_,D.J. LIEBOWITZ,DO AFKO,A.J. FISKZ. (NEBRASKA UNIV., LINCOLN. BEHLEN
LAB. OF PHYSICS) P 629-37.
25. ERPATUM. CERiVATION OF A T(C) EQUATION FROM THE THEORY OF STRONG COUPLING
SUPERCONOUCTORS. dY DAYAN,M. BAR SAGI,J. (J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. VOL 37, NO. 5/6, 695
(DEC 1979)) P 639.

SOV. J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TRANSL.) VOL 5, NO. 12 (DEC 1979)--(TRANSL. OF FIZ. NIZK.
TEMP. VOL 5, NO. 12, DEC 1979)
26. EFFECT OF N-S INTERFACE ON CRITICAL DEPAIFING CURRENT. BY KASHCHEIV.A. (ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHARKOV. INST. OF RADIOPHYSICS AND ELECTRONICS)
P 647-50.






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SOJ. J. LOW TEMP. PHYS. (ENGL. TPANSL.I VOL 5, NO. 12 (D-C 1979I--(TiANSt. (CONT.)
27. F;iOXII'TY EFFECT IN LEAu/'IPFER CONTACTS. BY SVISTUNOVV.M. BELOG3LO3SKII,M.A.
TARENKOV,V.YU. TSSFKO,N.C. (AC;D3EMV OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, DONETSK.
PHY5 ILTEChNICAL INST.) o o01-3
28. hYP'_JUN': AF-P.IFIL;ATION 1: NCNiEOLILL.P:UP SUPEP.UNjUCTO.S. BY BULYZHENKGVI.E*
(ACALuFAY OF SCTEh.ES OF THE USSI, CHtrNGuCLOVKA. INST. OF THEO-ETI;AL PHYSICS)
F 653-5.
29. FFu.'Ur.i CY C .F rJ, JC- OF Tr P-.rLT ACTION JDT- OF kN :LECT-IC Fi-LD IN A SPUP:PC CON uCrTOR.
?Y Ku.IKI,:.C. (t*.LAr)EMV CF :LI-rjNC-. OF Tnr Ur.AII4 IAN 3'S5 KHAFKOV. P -i S;OTE CHN: IAL
INS". OF LCh TE'1FjRArURES) P 656-62.
30. FEA;.J. r CF MIC:.^O,.urjILT SPLT,,- CF Cu-ZN HETT -O,0 TACTS. BY ATRAKA.S. YANSu',ei.K.
(;AC :'"My rF ,I-rNC-J OF ThT UK.,AI rIAN S' K TEMCKRATU:ES) P 663-5.
31. 'HEIC' 3F TI-E KN:IG T SHIFTT :INE THE FOr.TS )F FERMIF SURF-CE wITH CHAN.,I'G TOPCLjOGY. BY
VORCCONSOV,S.M. uO.GOCPOLCV,O.G. (ACLcEMY OF SCi-rNCaS OF THE UKRI;NIAN SSk, KHAFlKCGV.
FHY'-,)"C-hNICAL INIT. OF LOW TEMHERATUPES) p 665-3.
32. Thi 'i-- ;' JF COULC"' ELECT)Cr, INTE,.LTI:C ON. PEIEiRL INSTAdiLITY NEA: THE PERIOD
CCULL.NU. ET VOLWOD,..A. GU-"'EICH,A.iL.. (A.;3,dEY OF SCIEGCcE CF THE USSR, MOSCNW.
INST. OF PHYSICS) P 6'0-4.
33. K-4-4 STUCv CF "'-: CrYSTCL N-Ji ST-UCTr'jR OF THE LCW TEMP":ATUEl FHASE OF C j(4). BY
--0K /FJA'ILCV.A. S. AS AKhL ',f .o. (AC.LEMY OF SL'IENCES OF THE UKKAIN-lAN 53R, KhARKCV.
PHY3SIOu'rCHNICAI INET. OF LOW TEMPERATURES) P 674-6.
34o. I.FL.LLNCE CF 'rH SUP _;CONDUCTING TRAI.SITICN ON THr_ 3TEPWISE C'F)RMATION IN ALUMINUM. BY
KUZ .,-'j,IjN. PU.-TCVALGV,V.V. (.CACL MY CF lIENCES OF THE UKRAINIur SSr, KHARKjv.
PHYSICOTELHNICAL INIT. OF LOG TEMPERATURES) P 676-80.

PHYS. REV. LETT. VOL 45, NO. 15 (OCT 1980)
35. SPIN-FOLAFPZED ATOMIC DtUTEPjUM STAbIlIZATION, LIMITATIONS ON DENSITYt ANO ADSORPTION
ENERGY ON HELTUH. bY SILVERA,I.F. WALRAVEN,J.T.M. (AMSTERDAM UNId., NETHERLANDS.
NATLUPKUNDIG LAd.) P 1268-71.
36. ORIGIN OF LCN-TEMPFEATURE TUNNELING STATES IN GLASSES. BY COHEN,M.H. GREST,G.S.
(CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. JAMES FRANCK INST.) P 1271-4.
37. DOUt3LE FEKROMAGNETISM IN GO(70)Y(301 SINGLE CRYSTALS. BY LEGVOLDS. ITO,T.
SEAUO;YB.J. (AMES LAB., IOWA) P 1275-7.
38. PFESSURE STUCY OF THE METAL-INSULATOR TRANSITION IN TMSE. BY RIBAJLT,M. FLOUQU.T,J.
PAEN,F. ET AL (PA;IS UNIV., OKSAY, FRANCE. LAB. DE PHYSIQUE DES SOLIDES) P 1295-8.
39. SUPtr,.,ONDUCTIVITY IN QUASI-TWO-.L kENSIONAL LAYER] COMPOSITES. 3Y RUGGIERO,S.T.
BARE..,T.W.,JR. 6EASLEY,M.k. (STANFORD LNIV., CALIF. DEPT. OF APPLIED PHYSICS)
P 1?29-302.
40. CkOSSOVER EEHAVIOF uF A QANDOM-EXCHANGE HEISENBERG ANTIFERRCMAGNETIC CHAIN AT ULTRALOW
TENFFRATUFES. 3Y BOZLER,H.M. GOULD,C.M. CLARK,W.G. (UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1303-6.

PHYS. REV, A VOL 22, NO. 4 (OCT 1980)
41. INTERACTIONS OF H AND H(-) WITH HE AND NE. bY OLSON,R.E. LIU,8. (STANFORD RESEARCH
INST. INTEkNATICNAL, MENLO PARK, CALIF. MOLECULAR PHYSICS LAB.) P 1389-94.
42. FOUR-5ODY CONVERSION OF ATOMIC HELIUM IONS, aY DE VRIESC.F. OSKAM,H.J. (MINNESOTA
UNIV., MINNEAPOLIS. DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) P 1429-35.
43. TRIPLET-TRIDLET EXCiTATICN IN HELIUM. BY GUPTA,G.P. MATHUR,K.C. (ROORKEE UNIV.,
INDIA. DEFT. OF PHYSICS) P 1455-9.
44. PRE-EQUILIBRIUM DISTRIBUTIONS OF THE CHARGE STATES OF H(2)(+) FRAGMENTS IN THE SUB-MEV
ENERGY REbION IN H(2), AIR AND ARGON TARGETS, BY NIR,D. NAVON,E. MANN,A. RCSNER,B.
(TECrHNION-ISRAEL INST. OF TEGH., HAIFA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 1485-30.
45. ObSERVATION OF COHERENT INTERFERENCE BETWEEN MAGNETIC-DIPOLE AND ELECTRIC-OIPOLE
TcANSTIOr, MCMENTS IN I THAN,. BY ITANO,W.M. (NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, BOULDER,
COLO. FREQUENCY AND TIME STANDARDS GROUP) P 1558-62.
46. COMPAkISON OF THE RAYLEIGH-BRILLOUIN SPECTRUM OF HE, NE, AND AR WITH A GENERALIZED
INS(CG TH-CFPY. BY GHAEM-MAGHAMI,V. MAY,A.D. (TORONTO UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) F 1666-9.
47. LENNArC-JONES TRIPLE-POINT BULK AND SHEAR VISCOSITIES. GREEN-KUBO THEORY, HAMILTONIAN
MN'CANIS, AND NCNEQUILIBRIUM MOLECULAR DYNAMICS, BY HOOVER,W.G. EVANSD.J.
HICMANR.9. ET AL (CALIFORNIA LNIV., LIV.AMORE. DEPT. OF APPLIED SCIENCE) P 1690-7.
48. EFFECT OF A LIGHT IMPURITY ON THE DYNAMIC STRUCTURE OF A NONATOMIC FLUID. BY
POSTOL,T.A. PELIZZARI,C.A. (ARGCNNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL. SOLID STATE SCIENCE DIV.)
P 16S-'01i.
49. STRUCTURE CF KRYPTON GAS MONTE CARLO RESULTS, VIRIAL EXPANSIONS, AND REAL EXPERIMENTAL
DATA. bY EGELSTAFF,P.A. TEITSMAA. WANG,S.S. (GUELPH UNIV., ONTARIO. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 1702-8.

PHYS. REV. B VOL 22, NO, 7 (OCT 1980)
50. NEW EPR DATA ANO PHCTOINCUCED CHANGES IN GAAS-CR. REINTERPRETATION OF THE
SECOND-ACCEPTOR STATE AS CR(4+). BY STAUSS,G.H. KREB3,J.J. LEES.H. SWIGGARD,E.M.
(NAVAL RESEARCH LAB., WASHINGTON, 0. C.) P 3141-3.





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PHYS. REV. S VOL 22, NO. 7 (OCT 1980) (CONT.)
51. ELECTFON-NUCLEAR DOUBLE RESONANCE OF GA IN MN-DOPED GAP. BY VAN ENGELEN,P. (PHILIPS
RESEARCH LABS., EINCHOVcN, NETHEPLANO.) P 3144-51.
52. QUACRUPOLE INTERACTIONS AT (57)FE IN TE METAL. BY VERMAH.C. RAO,G.N. (INDIAN INST.
OF TECH., KANPUR. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3152-6.
53. ELECTRICAL BEHAVIOR OF TE, SE, ANG S AT VERY HIGH PRESSURES AND LOW TEMPERATURES -
SUPERCCNOUCTION TRANSITIONS. BY EUNDYF.F. DUNN,K.J. (GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.,
SCHENECTAOY, N. V. CORPORATE RESEARCH ANC DEVELOPMENT) P 3157-64.
54. BAN. CALCULATION OF THE EFFECT OF MAGNETIC IMPURITY ATOMS ON THE PROPERTIES OF
SUPERCONJUCTO(,. BY KUNZA.B. GINSBERG,0.M. (ILLINOIS UNIV., URBANA. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS ANC MATERIALS RESEARCH LAB.) P 3165-72.
55. COEXISTENCE OF P-STATE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND ITINERANT FERROMAGNETISM. BY FAY,D.
APPEL,J. (HAMBUnG UNIV., G:PMANY. ABT. FUEi THiORETISCHE FESTKOERPERPHYSIK)
P 3173-82.
56. GENERALIZED GINZBURG-LANCAU THEORY FOR THE MAGNETOSTATICS OF FERROMAGNETIC
SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY GREWE,N. SCHUH,B. (KOELN UNIV., GERMANY. INST. FUER THEORETISCHE
PHYSIK) P 3183-93.
57. PARAAGNLTiC IMPURITIES IN STRONG COUPLING SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY SCHACHINCcR,E.
DAAPS,J.M. CARBOTTE,J.P. (MGMASTER UNIV., HAMILTON, ONTARIO. DEPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 31c-9.
58. MAGNETIC-FIELC-INLUCED SUPERCURRENTS IN (3)HE-A AND (3)HE-A(1). BY MUZIKARtP. (CORNELL
UNIV., ITHACA, N, Y. LAB. OF ATOMIC AND SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 3200-1.
59. SOUNC PROPAGATION IN (3)HE-(4)HE MIXTURES NEAR THE LIQUID-VAPOR CRITICAL POINT. BY
DOIRON,T. GESTRICH,3. tEYEP.,H. (VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIV., RICHMOND) P 3202-6.
60. GENERAL ThECFY UNIFYING AND EXTENDING THE LANDAU-KHALATNIKOV, GINZBUK,-PITAEVSKII. AND
HILLS-ROBERTS THEOQIS OF SUP-:RFLUID (4)HE, BY GEURSTJ.A. (PHILIPS RESEARCH LABS.,
EINCFOVEN, NETHERLANOS) P 3207-2C.
61. TWO-LAYER XY MOCEL FOR (4)HE FILMS, BY MCNK.K. SAAM,W.F. (OHIO STATE UNIV.,
COLUMBUS. CEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3221-9.
62 THEORY OF GUANTL SOLIDS EFFECT OF LATTICE SYMMETRY AND ANISOTROPY IN THE
PAIR-CORCELATICN FUNCTION. BY LIT. SUN,X. WOO,C.-W. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., SAN DIEGO,
LA JOLLA. EFPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3230-41.
63. PRESSURE OEFCNCENCE OF ELASTIC CONSTANTS AND OF SHEAR MODE INSTABILITY FOR NB(3)SN. BY
CHAtG,Z.P. BARSCH,G.R. (PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV., UNIVERSITY PARK. DEPT. OF PHYSICS
AND MATERIALS RESEARCH LA3.) P 3242-55.
64. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY AND ANTIFLRROMAGNETISM OF CHROMIUM-PALLADIUM ALLOYS BETWEEN 77
AND 700 K. BY MOYER,C.A. ARAJS,S. EROGLU,A. (CLARKSON CCLL. OF TECHNOLOGY, POTSDAM,
N. Y. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3277-81.
65. CRITICAL FIELD ANC LOW-TEMPERATURE CRITICAL INDICES OF THE FERROMAGNETIC ISING MODEL.
BY MAJUMOARC.K. AARAMAO,I. (CALCUTTA UNIV., INDIA. DEPT, OF PHYSICS) P 3288-93.
66. MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY, SPECIFIC HEAT, AND THE SPIN-GLASS TRANSITION IN HG(1-X)Mh(X)TE.
BY FAGATA,S. GALAZKA,R.R. MULLIN,D.P. ET AL (PURDUE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND.
DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3331-43.
67. PARAMAGNETIC SPIN-GLASS ANTIFERROMAGNETIC PHASE TRANSITIONS IN CD(1-X)MN(X)TE FROM
SPECIFIC HEAT AND MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY MEASUREMENTS. BY GALAZKA,R.R. NAGATA,S.
KEESCr,P.H. (PURDUE UNIV., WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3344-55.
68. ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY THOUGH THE SPIN-GLASS REGIME OF AMORPHOUS
FE(X)NI(80-XIP(14)B(6). BY GLDMUNDSSON,H. RAO,K.V. EGAMI,T. ET AL (ROYAL INST. OF
TECI., STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN. DEPT. CF SOLID STATE PHYSICS) P 3374-7.
69. LATTICE DYNAMICS CF COMMENSURATE AND INCOMMENSURATE K(2)SEO(4). BY AXEsJ.O. IIZUMI,M.
SHIRANE,G. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LA9., UPTON, N. Yo) P 3408-13.
70. CRITICAL SFIN FLUCTUATIONS IN EUO. BY OUNLAP,R.A. GOTTLIEBA.M. (CLARK UNIV.,
WORCESTER, MASS. DEPT. CF PHYSICS) P 3422-7.
71. LOCAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PHASE DiAGRAMS, BY COLEMAN,A.J. OSHEA,D. (QUEENS UNIV.,
KINGSTON, CNTARIO. DEPT. OF MATHEMATICS AN3 STATISTICS) P 3428-42.
72. ELASTIC SOFT HOE IN FEROVSKITE-TYPE LAYEF-STRUCTURE MATERIALS. BY GOTO,T. LUETHIB.
GEICK,R. STROBEL,K. (FRANKFURT UNIV., GERMANY. PHYSIKALISCHES INST.) P 3452-8.
73. LAGRANGIAN FORMULATION OF SPIN DYNAMICS IN (3)HE-A. BY MAKI,K. (UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES. OEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3493-4.
74. REEXAMINATICG OF THE SMALL-ANGLE NEUTRON SCATTERING DATA ON CONCENTRATED AUFF
SPIN-GLASSES. BY MU9ANI,A.P. INSTITUTET MAX VON LAUE-PAUL LANGEVIN, GRENOBLE, FRANCE)
P 1495-9.
75. REPLY TO REEXAMINATION OF THE SMALL-ANGLE NEUTRON SCATTERING DATA ON CONCENTRATED AUFE
SPIN-GLASSES. dY LEVIN,K. SOUKOULIS,C.M. GREST,G.S. (CHICAGO UNIV., ILL. JAMES
FRA'CK INST.) P 3500-2.
76. COMMENT ON -LECTROMAGNETIC EFFECTS NEAR THE SUPERCONLUCTOR-TO-FERROMAGNET TRANSITION.
BY JARIC,M.V. (CALIFORNIA UNIV., BEQKELEY. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 3503-6.
77. REPLY TO COMMENT ON ELECTROMAGNETIC EFFECTS NEAR THE SUPERCONDUCTOR-FERROMAGNETIC
TRANSITION. BY BLOLNT,E.I. VARMA,C.M. (BELL LABS., MURRAY HILL, N. J.) P 3507.
78. PAIR-FILO SUSCEPTIBILITY OF PROXIMITY-EFFECT SANDWICHES, BY ASPEN,F. GOLDMANfA.M.
(MIkNESOTA MINING AND MFG., CO., ST. PAUL) P 3508-11.
79. ERRATUM. MAGNETIC DILEMMA IN SUPERCONDUCTING ERRH(4)8(4). BY SHENOY,G.K. DUNLAP,8.D.
FRADIN,F.Y. ET AL (PHYS. REV. B VOL 21, NO. 9, 3886 (MAY 1985)) P 3512.







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dO. S;FCT,,OSC, FY ~hN EJ EY aAT:IN CF CS (Z)(+) ;r .aLIC NE. dY BONCYBEY,V.E. ENGLISH J.H.
(7.. LAB.'., MU-..v nill, 4. J.) P 3099-102.
il. ASSUvoATICN R ACTINhS OF C0() IONS WITH H(2) AtiJ 0(2) MOLECULES AT 78 AND 300 K. BY
JOHNSN,R. CHEN,A.K. 3IONDI,M.A. (PITTdSBUGH UNIV., PA. DEPT. OF PHYSICS ANO
ASToCNOMY) P 5166-9.
82. CUSORPTION AT THE LIQUID-VAFPO INTEPFAC. CF A BINARY LIQUID MIXTURE. 18 BEAGLEHOLE,0.
(VICTORIA UNIV. OF WELLINGTCh, NEW ZEALAND. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 33b6-71.
83. .HE T:~aJScC's' CCrFFICI~NI3 cu c-OLYATCMiG L.lijUij. 3Y COLLINGSA.F. MCLAUGHLIN,I.L.
(COMMCNW1ALTH SC:NTIFIC ANG INDUSTRIAL REiSEAkCH ORGANIZATION, SYDNET, AUSTRALIA. DIV.
CF AFCLTEI PHYSICS) 0 3390-5.
6o. .,"rE;. ETy.TTC., GF THE UiJL JAL iE-"iVIL LiF M(2'0 2 ;1 j u(2ulu AT LOW TE PtRlAT uRES TrjTS OF
A PE COLATICK MODEL, BY STANLEY,I.E. TEIXE;!A,J. (BOSTON UNIV., MASS. ODPT. OF
PMYSICS) F 3,04-22.
85. LI'LIJ STATE TC.RSOr.,L LbY.Arl-.: CF FUTANr THE KAMEF-5 % ATE A CN THE TORSION M.NLbE
CJRELAiICN TIMES. r-Y KNA ,C.C F AN3.';.T. (C)EGON STATE U.iiV., LCRVALLIS. DEPT.
OF CHEMISTRY) P 3423-9.
86. ThiCRY OF PHASE TRAFSITiONS IN SOLID METHANES. XIII. THE OIFFtRENTIAL NEUTRON SCATTERING
CGOSS SECTION IN cHASE II OF SOLID CH(4). 3Y CZAKI,Y. KATAOKAY. YAMAMOTO,T. KYOTOO
UNIV., JACAN. CEPT. OF CHEMISTRY) P 3442-51.
87. A SELF-CONS.STENT CELL MODEL FOR THE MELTING TRANSITION IN HAnD SPHERz SYSTEMS, BY
LUWLEY,:.R. cARK'K,J.A. (IBM RLSEAPCH LAB., SAN JOSE, CALIF.) P 3452-5.

APPL. PHYS. LETT. 4VO 37, NO. 6 (SEP 190)
68. A NCIS. SFECT;U" Li':Cl-JEc oY A JIST. IBUTIO'J N TiM- CONSTANTS. BY SUHC.H. VAN DER
ZIiA,4 (PIAKNNSGTA UNIV., MilNEAFOLIS. CEPT. OF ELECTRICAL. ENGINEERING) P 565-6.

AFr-. PHYS. LETT. VGL 37, NO. 7 (CCT 19808
89. MKCEIUM NANOeBFIGE DC SQUID. BY VOSS,R.F. LAIBONITZ,R.B. BROEPRSA.N. (IBM WATSON
kTSFAkCH CENTER, YO;KTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.I P 656-8.
90. SYNERGISM BETWEEN STRAIN ANO NEUTRON IRRADIATION IN FILAMENTARY NB(3)SN CONDUCTORS. BY
SNEAC,.CL.,JR. SUEAAGA,M. (eROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.) P 659-61.
91. Fcr.-0-MANLJ GF I J 3JTU SL'PE-CONGUCTOFS IN SJLiNOLS.S BY OSTENSON,J.E. FINNEMORE,0.K.
VEkhC- c.N, J.L. GI3.'u,4 .-1, (AmES LAO3., TOwA) 662-4.

PhYSICA (UTRECHT) A VOL 102, NO. 1 (JUN 19801
92. STATIC GIELECTRIC PPOPEnTiES OF STOCKMAYER FLUIDS. OY POLLOCKE.L. ALDER,B.J.
(LAIFOQ'N. U'Nid., .IvF'MO-r. LAhPENCE LIVE-;iORE LAB.) P 1-21.

PnYSILA (UTRECHT) A VOL 102, NO. 2 (JUL 1990)
93. THE THERMAL CONCUCT.VITY OF THE GASEOUS MIXTURE CH(3)CN-Ah IN A MA3NETIZ FIELD. BY
THIJSSEtB.J. CDNISSEN,H.A.P. 9EENAKKERsJJ.M. KNAAP,H.F.P. (LEIDEN
RIJKL'N.;VLSITETT, NETHERLANDS) P 298-304.

PHYSICAL (UTRECPT) A VOL 102, NO. 3 (AUG 1980)
94. THEORY OF SCATTEkING IN A SUPERCONDUCTING STATE. BY MURAYAMA,Y. (HITACHI, LTD., TOKYO,
JAPAK) P .47-69.

PHYSICAL (UTRECHI) A VOL 103, NO. 1/2 (SEP 1960)
95. VAPOUR-LIQUID ANO GAS-GAS EQUILIBRIA IN SIMPLE SYSTEMS. VI. THE CRITICAL EXPONENTS
BETA-P AND 9ETA-T OF THE SYSTEM NEON-XENON, BY DEERENBERG,A. SCHOJTLN,J.A.
TRArPENIERS,W.J. (AMSTEROAM UNIV., NETHERLANDS. VAN DER WAALS LAB.) P 183-204.
96. COMPUTER SIMULATION OF AN M-6-8 FLUIC UNDER SHEAR. BY EVANS,D.J. rIANLEY,H.J.M.
(AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIV., CANBEFRA) P 343-53.

PHYS. LETT. A VOL 79, NO. 1 (SEP 1980)
97. DEPfASING EFFECT ON THE RECOVERY OF THE LCNGITUDINAL MAGNETIZATION IN SUPERFLUID
(3)HE-i. EY KATAYAVA,T. OOIWA,K. ISHII,C. (SCIENCE UNIt. OF TOKYO, JAPAN. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) P 91-4.
98. CHARGE-DENSITY AND OROEr-PARAMETER WAVES IN LIQUIO AND SOLID ELECTROLYTES IN THE
VICINITY CF THE CRiTICAL POINT. EY NABUTCVSKII,V.M. NEMOVN.A. PEISAKHOVICH,YU.G.
(MCACEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, NOVOSIBIRSK. INST. OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY) P 98-100.
99. TFANSITIONS IN MAGNETIC SUFLrGONDLCTO.S. BY GLUCK,P. (NORTHEASTERN UNIV., BOSTON,
MASS. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 113-4.
100. ON THE THEORY OF RACIOFREQUENCY ECHOES FRCM METAL POkOERS IN THE N3RMAL AND THE
SUPERCONDUCTING STATE. BY ASADULLIN,YA.YA. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, KAZAN.
PHYSICOTEChNICAL IN T.) P 115-7,
101. MAGNETIC ORDERING IN PRNI(2). BY MORIh. FUJITA,T. SATOH,T. OHTSUKAT. (TOHOKU
UNIV., SENCAl, JAPAN. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P 121-3.





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CAN. J. PHYS. VOL 5., NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
102. ELECTkON-PHONON COUFLING CONSTANT AND CIU'ICAL TEMPERATURE OF BINARY AND TERNARY
SUPERCONDUCTING ALLOYS OF V, N3. MHO AND TA, BY CHATTERJEEP. (INDIAN ASSCC. FOR THE
CULTIVATION OF SCIENCE, CALCUTTA. DEPT. CF GENERAL PHYSICS AND X-RAYS) P 1363-7.

J. PHYS. 0 VOL 13, NO. 6 (AUG 1980)
103. FrECUFNCY MEASUREMENT AT 4.25 THZ (70.5 MUM) USING A JOSEPHSON HARMONIC MIXER AND
PHAaE-LOCK TEChNIQUIS. BY 9LANEY,T.G. CFOSS,N.R. KNIGHT,D.J.E. ET AL (NATIONAL
PHYSICAL LA9., TEDOINGTON, ENGLAND. DIV. OF ELECTRICAL SCIENCE) P 1365-70.
104. THE STRESS IN THE WINOINGS OF A COIL CARRYING AN ELECTRIC CURRENT. BY CALDWELLJ.
(SUNOERLANC POLYTECHNIC, ENGLAND. CEPT. OF MATHEMATICS) P 1379-82.
105. FORCES ON SUPERCONDUCTING COILS OLE TO NEIGH3OURING MAGNETIC MATERIALS. BY CALDWELLL,J.
(SUNODELANC POLYTECHNIC, ENGLANC. DEPT. OF MATHEMATICS) P 1521-7.

J. CHYS, F VOL 10, NO. d (AUG 1980)
106. FIELD JEP't CENCE CF THE DC MAGNETISATION IN A GOLD-IRON SPIN GLASS. (LETTER TO THE
EDITCR). BY MGALISTER,S.P. FREEMAN,M.R. (NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTAwA,
ONTARIO. CIV. OF CHEMISTRY) P L211-4.
107. RESISTIVITY DAMAGE RATE IN AUSTENITIC FE-CR-NI ALLOYS DURING NEUTRON IRRADIATION AT 23
Kz dY DIMITFOVC. OA CUNHA BELO,M. DIMITROVO. (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE
SCIENTIFIQUE, VITRY-SUk-SEINE, FRANCE. CENTRE 0 ETUDES DE CHIMIE METALLURGIQUE)
P 1653-64.
1Oa, PHONON DISFEFSICN CURVES FOR NIOBIUM. 3Y FIELEKB.L. P 1665-71.
109. POSITRON LIFETIME STUDIES OF PURE NI FRCM 4.2 TO 1700 K. BY LYNN,K.G. SNEADC.L.,JR.
HURST,J.J. (BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB., UPTON, N. Y.) P 1753-61.
110* CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY IN HIGHLY RESISTIVE CO(GA.FE) ALLOYS, BY
WHITTLE,G.L. CLArK,P.E. CYWINSKI,&. (MCNASH UNIV., CLAYTON, AUSTRA.IA. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) F 1775-E6.
111. TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE AND CRITICAL BEHAVIOUF OF THE THERMOELECTRIC POWER IN
FERROMAGNETIC TBZN COMPOUND. BY SOUSA,J.B. FINTO,R.P. AMADOM.M. ET AL (PORTO
UNIV., PORTUGAL. GCNTRO CE FISICA) P 1809-19.
112. A CRITICAL-STATE MODEL FCk SURFACE FLUX PINNING IN SUPERCONDUCTING PB-NA. BY
BISSELLP.R SANOIFOkOC.J. (PRESTON POLYTECHNIC, ENGLAND. DIV. OF PHYSICS)
P 1825-40.

J. DHYS. F VCL 10, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
113. INTERNAL FRICTION IN SUPERCONDUCTORS NEAR THE CRITICAL TEMPERATURE AT ACOUSTIC
FREQUENCIES. (LETTER TO THE EDITCRI. BY FELTHAMP. (BRUNEL UNIV., UXBRIDGE, ENGLANG)
F L219-22.
114. ULTRASONIC ATTENUATION AND THE FHASE DIAGRAM OF ANTIFERROMAGNETIC CHROMIUM. (LETTER TO
THE EDITOR). BY STEINITZ,M.O. PINK,u.A. (SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER UNIV., ANTIGONISH, NOVA
SCOTIA) P L247-52.
115. MAGNETO.E3ISTANGE AT 20 K OF PURE IRON IRRADIATED WITH ELECTRONS, BY DUNLOP,A.
OURAL,J. LESUEURD. (COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE, FONTENAY-AUX-ROSES, FRANCE.
CENTRE L ETUDES NUCLEAIPES) P 1913-2.
116. CONDUCTIVITY OF IMPURE METALS AT LOW TEMPERATURES. BY FLEUPOV,V.N. KONDRATENKO,P.S.
KOZLCV,A.N. ACADEMYY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MOSCOW. INST. OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS)
P 1i53-73.

J. "HYS. F VOL 10, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
117. FROBA3LE ELECTRONIC TRANSITION IN K(2)CS COMPOUND AT LOW TEMPERATURE (LETTER TO THE
EDIT C). EY STEINSERG,V. VOPONEL,S. SVER3ILOVA,T. PERETSMANL. (TEL AVIV UNIV.,
ISRAEL. DEPT. OF PHYSICS) P L261-5.
118. ON THE LOW-T.MPFCATURE ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF COPPER AND GOLD. (LETTER TO THE
EDITOR). BY aORCHIE. OE GENNARO,S. (FLORENCE UNIV., ITALY. ISTITUTO DI FISICA)
P L271--.
119. THE TRUE LCW FIELD HALL COEFFICIENT OF COFPER AND COPPER CONTAINING DEFECTS AT LOW
TEMAPEqATU:ES. (4-77 K). BY BARNARD,R.O. (SALFORD UNIV., ENGLAND. 3EPT. OF PHYSICS)
P 2251-8.
120. TUNNELLING PROPERTIES OF GAAS/Y6 JUNCTIONS UNDER PRESSURE. (1-77 K). BY SORBIERJ.P.
GASGNIEF,M. (PROVENCE UNIV., MARSEILLE, FRANCE) P 2279-87.

SCIENCE VOL 210, NO. 4467 (OCT 19e0)
121. ELECTRONICS AND SCIENTIFIC COhMUNICATION. (EDITORIAL). BY ABELSON,P.H. P 255.

SCIENCE VOL 210, NO. 4458 (OCT 1980)
122, DRIFT AND DANGER IN U.S.-SOVIET RELATIONS. (EDITORIAL). BY CAREYW.D. P 383.
123. FRAMK PRE;S TO BE NOMINATED FOR NAS BY CULLITON,B.J. P 5-6.
124. ENERGY SWEEPSTAKES FUSION GETS A CHANCE. BY ROBINSON,A.L. P 415-6.







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125. EFFECT CF SFAT: fi :L :P .ION irU ThtE ItAS FOUCL-3 NJ ENE- GY ',-ECT-Ju CF Lk l.T-Jrij A3SO
THE SURFACE CF LIQUIC HELIUM. BY GAaOVICH,A.M. ILCHENKOL.G. PASrtITSKY,E.A. (ACADEMY
OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KIEV. INST. OF PHYSICS) P 665-71.
126. CONTRIBUTION TO THE THEOPY OF THE 2-DIMENSIONAL MIXED STATE IN A TYPE-I SUPERCONDUCTOR.
BY IVLEVBI. KOPNINN.B. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, MCSCOm. INST. OF
THELRETICAL PHYSICS) P 672.

GOKL. AKA'C. NAUK SSSP SER. FIZ. KHIM. VOL 253, NO. I (1960) (IN RUSSIAN)
127. ON THE ISCTOFE KINcTIC EFFECT AND CHAIN 3EVELOPMHNT MiCHANISM IN THE LOW-TEMPERATURE
(30-90 K) jYDUf-.COMINATION OF ETHYLENE. CY ZANIN,A.M. KIRIUKHIN,D.P. 9ARKALO ,I.M.
GOLOANSKII,V.I. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USAR, MOSCOW. INST. OF C.iEMICAL PHYSICS)
P 142-6.
126. PHOTCLYSIS OF CHLORINE IN GLASS-LIKE MATRIX OF BUTYL CHLORIDE AT HELIUM TEMPERATURES.
BY HISOCHKC,E.J. FILIPPCV,P.G. 6ENDERSKII,V.A. ET AL (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE
USSR, CHEkNOGOLCVKA. INST. OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS) P 163-6.

ZH. TEKH. FIZ. VOL 50, NC. 2 (FEB 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
129. INFLUENCE CF THE EMISSION CURRENT ON CRITICAL PARAMETERS OF SUPERCONDUCTORS. BY
LITVINOVE.A. hESYATS,G.A. STAROBINETS,A.A. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR, TOMSK$
INS7. OF HEAVY CURRENT ELECTRICITY) P 403.

FIZ. MET. PETALLOVED. VOL 50, NO. 2 (AUG 1980) (IN RUSSIAN)
130. INFLUENCE CF MICROSTRUCTURE ON SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF DILUTED COPPER NIOBIUM
ALLCYS. BY PETRENKO,V.T. OLEKSIYENKO,M.M. TIKHONOVSKII,M.A. ET AL ACADEMYY OF
SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR, KHAPKOV. INST. OF PHYSICS AND ENGINEERING) P 293-9.
131. ELECTRICAL AND GALVANOMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF FE-18 CR-(10-25) NI ALLOYS AT LOW
TEMPERATURES. BY PECHERSKAYA,V.I. BOLSHUTKIN,0.N. ILICHEV,V.YA. (ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
OF ThE UKRAINIAN SSn, KHARKOV. INST. OF LOW TEMPERATURE ENGINEERING PHYSICS) P 300-7.

PHILOS. MAG. A VOL 42, NO. 1 (JUL 1980)
132. MICRODEFOAPATICN IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE OF THE BORDONI RELAXATION IN ALUMINIUM. BY
ESNOUF,C. FANTOZZI,G. INSTITUTET NATIONAL OcS SCIENCES APPLIQUEES, VILLEUREANNE,
FRANCE) P 63-82.

PHILCS. MAG. A VOL 42, NO. 2 (AUG 19801
133. HILLCCK FCRMATION IN LEAD FILMS BY GRAIN EOUNOARY SLIDING. BY RONAYM. ALIOTTAC.F.
(IBM WATSON RESEARCH CENTER, YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y.) P 161-84.

PHILCS. MAG. 6 VOL 42, NO. 1 (JUL 1980)
134. FLUX PINNING BY SMALL PERTURBATIONS IN THE SUPERCONDUCTING ORDER PARAMETER IN TYPE-II
SUPEiLONLCTCf S. BY OASGUPTA,A. KROLGERD.M. KOCH,C.C. CHOU,Y.T. (OAK RIDGE
NATIONAL LAB., TENN. METALS AND CERAMICS DIV.) P 1-17.
135. IMPURITY CCNODCTION AND MINIMUN METALLIC CONCUCTIVITY IN N-TYPE INP SUBJECTED TO A
MAGNETIC FIELD. BY BISKUPSKIG. OUBOIS,h. LABORDE,O. ZOTOSX. UNIVERSITYE DES
SCIENCES ET TECHNIQUES DE LILLE, FRANCE) P 19-30.

FHILOS. MAG. B VOL 42, NO. 2 (AUG 1980)
136. THE ROLE OF THE COOPERATION NUMBER IN SUPERCONDUCTING SYSTEMS. BY ROGOVIN,D. SCULLY,M.
(SCIENCE APPLICATIONS, INC., LA JOLLA, CALIF.) P 171-90.
137. GALVANOMAGNETIC EFFECTS IN THE SOLID SOLUTION AND PRECIPITATE PHASES OF AUCO ALLOYS. 8Y
HURD,G.M. MCALISTER,S.P. (NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA, OTTOWA, ONTARIO. DIV.
OF ChEMISTRY) P 221-32.

PHILOS. MAG. 8 VCL 42, NO. 3 (SEP 1960) (SPECIAL ISSUE. THE VERWEY TRANSITION)
138. STRUCTURE CF FE(3)O(41 AT LOW TEHFE;ATURES. dY IIDA,S. (TOKYO UNIV., JAPAN. DEPT. OF
PHYSICS) F 349-76.
139, SPECIFIC HEAT OF FE(3)O(4). kOLE FLAYED BY OCTAHEDRAL FE(2+) IONS. BY RIGOM.O.
KLEINCLAUSSJ. (NANCY UNIV., FRANCE) P 393-407.
140. INVESTIGATING CF HCtNON SOFTENING IN THE LOW-TEMPERATURE PHASE OF MAGNFTITF. BY
HIRSCH,A.A. (TECHNION-ISRAEL INST. OF TECH., HAIFA) P 427.
141. ELECTFICAL CCNOUC"IVITY AND THERMCPOWER OF NA(X)TA(Y)W(l-Y)O(3) BRONZES. BY
OOUPEr.,J.P. 03;DOf,P. MARQUESTAUTE. ET AL (CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE
SCIENTIFIQUE, TALENCE, FRANCE) P 487-90.

J. LEcS-COYMGN MET. VOL 72, NO. 2 (AUG 1980)
142. THE CONSTITUTION DIAGRAM CF THE SYSTEM CU(X)HO(6)S(B) IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE 11-2000
K. BY FLUEKIGER,P. BAILLIF,R. MULLER,J. YVONK. (GENEVA UNIV., SWITZERLANO. DEPT.
DE PHYSIQUE cE LA MATIERE CChOiuENSEE) P 193-204.







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PHYS. STATES SCLIDI d VOL 100, NO. 2 (AUG 1980)
143. TrE THEDMCFO.FR Ar, THE THE.MOMAibETIC PCiEEP IN A SENIC-ANTIMONY ALLOTS AT LO<
TEMPERATUcE. aY GITJU,D.V. GOLBAN,I.M. MAKEcCHIK,A.I. ET AL (A;AGEMY OF SCIENCES OF
THE MOLDAVIAh SSR, KISHINEJ. INST. OF APPLIED PHYSICS) P 401-6.
144. ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF SOME TCNU COMPLEXES. BY SHAIKH,M.A. FLEnINGR.J. (PAKISTAN
INST. OF NUCLEii SCIENCE ANO TECHNOLOGY, rAWALPINCI. DIV. OF NUCLEAk PHYSICS)
P 7 "-51..

J. CHE1. ThERMODYN. VOL 12, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
145. (P, V, T) CF SATURATED ANO CO'PFESSEO FLUID NITROGEN. BY STRATYG.C. DILLERO.E.
(NATIONAL BUREAU OF STA.ND0 S, OULOEF, CCLO, THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES DIV.)
P 9z7-36.
146. (P, V, T) QF CCMFRESSEO AND LIQUEFIEC (tNTROGEN + METHANE). BY ST;ATYG.C. OILLERO.E.
NATIONALL ebREAU OF STANCARDS, BOULDER, COLO. THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES DIV.)
P 937-53.
147. HEAT CAPACITY AND THERMOCYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF TRIGYCLO(3.3.2.0(4,6))DECA-2,7,9-TRIENE
(3ULLVALENE) BETWEEN 5 AND 450 K. BY FALK,d. (PHAiMACIA FINE CHEMICALS, UPPSALA,
SWEDEN) o 967-74.
148. THERMOOYNAM1C PROPEcTIES OF KAIO(2). BY BEYER,R.F. FERRANTE,M.J. BROWN,R.R. (BUREAU
OF MINES, ALBANY, ORE. THE-PCDYNAMICS LAE.) P 995-91.
1t9. HEA' CAPACITY (5 TO 350 K) AND RECOMMENDED THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF BARIUM URANATE
(dAUC(4)) TO 1100 K. BY OHARE,P.A.G. FLOTOW,H.E. HOEKSTRA,H.R. (AkGONNE NATIONAL
LAB., ILL. CHEMISTRY OIV.) P 1003-8.

J. CHEM. SOC., FARAWAY TRANS. 2. VOL 76, FT. 7 (1980)
150. TRANSPORT FROFERTIES IN DILUTE GASES AN APPJCACi USING TIME-CORPELATION FUNCTIONS.
PART 1. VISCOSITY AND THERMAL CCNOUCTIVITY OF GASES AND GAS MIXTURES IN WHICH THE
EXCHANGE OF MCLECULAR INTERNAL ENERGY IS SLOW. BY CLIFFORD,A.A. PLATTS,N. LEEDSS
UNIV., ENGLANC. DEFT. OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 735-46.
151. TRANSPORT PRCFERTIES IN OILUTE GASES AN APPROACH USING TIME-CORkELATION FUNCTIONS,
DART 2. VISCOSITY ANO THERMAL i;CNCUCTIVITY OF GASES AND GAS MIXTURES IN WHICH THE
EXCH NGE OF FOLEGULAR INTERNAL ENERGY IS SIGNIFICANT. 8Y CLIFFORD,A.A. PLATTS,N.
(LEfCS UNIV., EiiGLA .0. DEPT. OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY) P 747-55.
152. FIFTh VIPIAL COEFFICIENT FOR THE LENNARD-JONES FLUID IN TWO DIMENSIONS,
INrEGRAL-'CUATICN RESULTS. BY BRIANO,J.G. GLANOT,E,0. (PENNSYLVANIA UNIV.,
PHILAOELPriIA. OERT. OF CHEMICAL ANO BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 812-21.


SECTICN II. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

CHEM. EN6. PFOG. VOL 76, NO. 10 (OCT 1980)
153. SHORTAGE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING FACULTIES 1980. bY BARKER,D.H. (BRIGHAM YOUNG
UNIV., PROVO, UTAH) P 9-10.
154. PROJECTED' NEEDS FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERS IN THE 80S, BY METZNER,A.B. (DELAWARE UNIVo.
NEWARK) P 20-7.
155. POLLUTION CONTROL PRACTICES LIQUID-LIQUID EXTRACTIONS A PRETREATMENT PROCESS FOR
;ASTEHATER. BY ROBBINSL.A. (DOW CH-MICAL CO., MIOLANO, MICH.) P 58-61.
156. POLLUTION CONTROL PRACTICES ENVIRONMENTAL R AND O NEEDS FOR AOVAN;EO POWER PLANTS. BY
CAIN,W.C. JAHNIG,C.E. SHAW,H. (ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, 3INCINNATI*, OIO)
P 62-9.
157. POLLUTION CONTROL PRACTICES THE ATS CLAUS TAIL GAS CLEAN-UP PROCESS, BY ZEYA.
WHI ,S. JCHNSON,D. (PRITCHARD CORP., KANSAS CITY, MO.) P 76-8.
158. FOLLLTION CONTROL PRACTICES HOT GAS CLEANUP BY A CONFINED-VORTEX SCRUBBER. BY
SHUI,V.H. STRICKLER,0.B. CLARK,S.W. TONGK.O. (AVOCO EVER-TT RESEARCH LAB., INC.,
EVeETT, MASS.) P 79-87.
159. FUEL CELLS FCR ELECTRIC UTILITIES. BY GILLIS,E.A. (ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INST., PALO
ALTC, CALIF.) P 88-93.

IND. ENG. CHEM. PROCESS CES. DEV. VOL 19, NO, 4 (OCT 1980)
160. VAPOR-LIQUID EQLILIBRIUM RELATIONSHIP FOR AMMONIA IN PRESENCE OF OTHER GASES. BY
REDCY,K.V. HUSAIN,A. (REGIONAL RESEARCH LA6., HYDERABAD, INDIA) P 580-6.
161. THE PREDICTION OF C0(2) SOLUBILITY AND SWELLING FACTORS FOR ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY. BY
MULLIKEN,C.A. SANDLERS.I. (DELAWARE UNIV., NEWARK. OcDPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING)
P 709-11.

CHEM. ENG. SCI. VOL 35, NO. 7 (1980)
162. A MOOIFIEC VAN OER WAALS TYPE EQUATION OF STATE. BY SCHMIDT,G. WENZELH.
(ERLANGEN-KUERNBE-G UNIV., EFLANGEN, GERMANY. LEHRSTUHL FUER TECH4ISCHE CHEMIE)
P 1503-12.

PROCESSING VOL 26, NO. 9 (SEP 1960)
163. FkE' SUkVEY FOR N(2) USERS. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 5.






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ANGELES, CALIF. HY -GGEN TECHNOLOGY PRCGRAMME) P 181-6.

fICROSC. ACTA VOL 83, NO. 4 (SEP 1980)
165. IrNV--.TIGATIN TIn SU6.TITuTlOrN F ETHAN:L WITt L:CrUID CARSON GLXIDO JURING CRITICAL
f-CIrT [DpYI I G. ol L,.-, .J. c-.MJO N,S.A. (TCPONT:' UNIV., ONTd -IG. E.ECTkONIC
MICRCSGOPY LMA.) P 21-6.

SCI. AM. VCL 243, NO. 5 (NOV 1960)
166. SUP- :,0NGLCTOPS It. L..-CTRTC-c.- TECHNOLOGY. BY GE6ALLET.M. HULM,J.K. (STANFuRCI
UNIV., iALIF. CEFT. OF APLIEj PH~f~V1.S P 138-72.

IEEE SPECTRUM VOL 17, NO. 9 (SEP 1980)
167. Scc.cAL F-FGFT. ,:. SuL'0 CONCIICTI .G PC:i.k CAbLES. oY KAPLAN,G. P b0-5.

ELECTRON. CES. VO 26, NO. 17 (AUG 19d0)
168. CKYCGENIC FUMFtS SPEED SEMI PRODUCTION. BY GROSSMAN,M. P 37.

ELECT. MACH. ELECToOMECH. VOL 5, NO. 5 (SEP-OCT 19b0)
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P 433-70.

Z. METALLKO. VOL 71, NO. a (AUG 1980)
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GEFPANY. FORSCHUNGSLABOfRATCRIUM) P 507-10.
1I1. CN STRUCTURAL STABILITY AND SUPERCONOUCTIVITY IN TI-MO ALLOY UNGEc PRESSURE. PART II.
SUPERCONuUCTI VTY. BY SCriEkErE,H. KOFHNLEIN,D. RA INKIN,A.G. BU;KEL,I. (KARLSRUHE
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U. S. PATi-NT GAZETTE VOL 999, NO. I (OCT 1980)
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CO., MIDLANO, VICr.) PATENT NO. 4,226,071.
173. AOJLSTAdL-. yXPANCABL- GLYOGcNIC PISTON AN[ DING. BY MAZUR,P.O. PALAVERi,C..
(LCC J'CTMENT CF .'rPGYl, WASIhNGTUN, D. C,) PtTEIT NO. 4,226,169.
174. ENGINE SYSTEM USING LIQUID AIR AND COMBUSTIBLE FUEL. BY LATTER,A.L. HAMMOND,R.P.
DOOLEYJ.L. (R AND D ASSOCIATES, MARINA DEL REY, CALIF.) PATENT NO. 4,226,294.
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4,226,605.
176. DEVICE FOR SHIFTING FROZEN SPECIMEN, FOR USE IN SCANNING TYPE ELECTRON MICROSCOPE. jY
OKUCA,A. SAITC,S. UKIANA,M. (HITACHI, LTD., IBARAKI, JAPAN) PATENT NO. 4,227,080.
177. ELECTrICAL MACHINE WITH CFYOGENIC COOLING. BY ROZE FELDO,L.M POP3V,J.S. KOROLKOV,A.G.
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PIPELINE GAS J. VOL 207, NO. 12 (OCT 1980)
179. TRANS-MED GAS PIPELINE TO BE OPERATIONAL IN 1982, BY HALE,0. (EDITOR) P 36+40+42+44.

GAS INO. VCL 24, NO. 12 (OCT 1980)
180. BTU MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENT HAS MULTIPLE GAS APPLICATIONS. BY WOODJ. FRAIk,F. (THERMO
ELECTRON GINEERiNG CORP., CAMBRIDGE, MASS.) P 24-5+40.

PDOGESS ENG. (S-D 1980)
181. PRISM SHINES NEW LIGHT ON HYDROGEN RECOVERY. BY SPEAR,M. P 66-7.

CHEM. ENG. (N.Y.) VOL 87, NO. 21 (OCT 1980)
182. TVA PLANNING COAL-CONVERSION TESTS ABROAD. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 33.
183. LABOR PACT SET FOR SYNFUELS PROJECT. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 33.
184. ESTIMATINg VAPOR PRESSURES OF OFGANIC COMPOUNDS. (A NOMOGRAPH). BY PRASAD,R.
GUPTA,A.K. P 152-3.

CHEM. WEEK VOL 127, NO. 16 (OCT 1980)
185. COAL-GASIFICATION PROJECT IS PROPOSED FOR AVTEX SITE. (A BRIEF REPORT). P 13.
186. SYNFULLS CCrP. APPOINTS LUKENS AS VICE-PRESICENT, (A BRIEF REPORT). P 14.
187. COAl GASIFICATICN GETS A TEST AT TVA. P 20.

WOqLC OIL VOL 191, NO. 5 (OCT 1980)
188. PURIFYING C0(2) FOR USE IN ENHANCE OIL RECOVERY. BY MEISSNER,R.E.,III (PARSONS RALPHH
Me) CO., PASADENA, CALIF.) P 189-90+192+197-8.






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189. OL31 -JE-:GV AN& rIN C FNE PGY CONTFIbUTICN TO COVEmING FUTURE ENERGY DEMAND. BY
FEUSTL,J.Et STOY,96. 360-6.
190. FOSSIFIL!TIES ANU LIMITATIONS OF A FUTURE UTILISATION OF COAL FOR ENERGY SUPPLIES. BY
FETrCS,W. P 267-72.
191. Th-: CGt2l-ClrSTION FTJM GiG:COLOGICAL AND ENEP.GY CO GNOMICAL VI-WFCINT. BY LIETHH.
SEELIL,- ,J. ZIPMERMIEYE-, G. P 393-400.
192. hO Th-F SlJ' OF ALTEPrIJ4IVE ErjNEGY RESOURCES F;GM Ar ECONOMIC AND ENERGETIC POINT OF VIEW.
BY LAnOCH:,U. MUTLLE ,U. P 405-q.
193. ENSL;ING SLPPLY OF -_F-DGY ANC PROTECTION CF THE ENVIRONMENT ELEMENTS OF PROVIDENT
SOCIAL POLICY. EC HARTKCPF,G. P 415-9.
194. AUGMENTAT.CN ANO IMPARTING OF KNOWLEDGE AN ESSENTIAL PREREQUISITE FOR THE FURTHER
D7V:LOPMHNT CF -Nr.C-G-FLL.iT.G STiUCTur.ES. dY SCHNELL,P. DOHLIM, P 419-24.
195. IHE ENIrGY EALANGC3 OF TH-: FJE.RA,. REPUBLIC OF GERMANY. BY OCHSENFATH,C. P 424-7.
196. FINF...I;.L COLCE'44TirN EASiS FOR FUr'HEr. EXPANSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL, GAS TRADE. BY
SCH-ITT,L.. SCIUErMANN,1 H.J. P 436-44.
197. INV:S7'M 4 r 'ULIALM-NTS IN TH: -NE;RG S'CTO3 AND THErl FINANCING. BY DIELR. RADTKE,G.
STOESSL, F 445-52.

EROGEL KOHLE F37GAS PETfOCHEM. VOL 33, NO. 6 (AUG 1980)
198. NORTH Si- NATURAL GAS AVAILABILITY AND UTILISATICN. PART I. AVAILABILITY. MARKET AND
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199. INLT FLEXIBILITY IN OLEFIN PLANTS. PART II. aY MIKULLAK.O. iOELT,H. RICHTER,H.
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JUENTLEN,h. VAN HEEK,K.H. (BEFGEAU-FORSCHUNG G.M.B.H., ESSEN, GERMANY) P 6-13.
201. ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND THE ENV:PONMENT. BY GUENTHER,R. (KAFLSRUHE UNIV., GcPMANY.
tNGLEi-BUNTE-IhST.) P 14-22.

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202. CON'rOLLING THE COMPOSITION OF NATURAL GAS BY MEANS OF GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY. BY VAN
ROSSLMlIG.J. WOLKOTTE,9.J. (N. V. NEDERLANOSE GASUNIE, GRONINGEN, NETIERLANOS)
P 47-54.

GAS WASSE.FACH GAS EROGAS VCL 121, NO. 3 (MAR 19d0) (IN GERMAN)
203. SPECIAL MEASURES FOR SAFE GAS SUPPLIES, EY 6ERG-,H. (STAOT STUTTGART A.G., GERMANY)
P 99-103.

GAS WASSER FACH GAS tR.DGAS VOL 121, NO. 6 (JUN 1980) (IN GERMAN)
204. THE IMPORTANCE AND LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT OF WORLD-WIDE LNG TRADING AND THE
TP~4NFFRTATICN PROBLEMS CONNECTED WITH IT, BY SALINGER,E. (DEUTSCHE SHELL A.G.,
HAMBURG, GERMANY) F 213-20.
205. BASIC PLANNING TO EXTEND THE NATURAL GAS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OPERATED BY BEB IN
NOOTH7RN GERMANY, BY SEELAFF,U. (GEWERKSCHAFTEN BRIGITTA UND ELWERATH,
BTRIEBSFUEMIPUN.SGESELLSCHAFT M.B.H., HANNOVER, GERMANY) P 221-4.
206. PRESSURE AND TEHFERATURE 3PLP3 IN GAS PIPELINES DYNAMIC LINKS IN THE FORMULA OF
FOOPAGATION. BY JAESCHKE,M. (RUHRGAS A.G., OORSTEN, GERMANY. BEREICH
ANWENOUNGSTECHNIK-PHYSIK) P 238-45.

GAS HmSSERFACH GAS EkOGAS VOL 121, NO. 8 (AUG 1980) (IN GERMAN)
207. TECHNOLOGIES FOR NATURAL GAS SAVING. BY BRECHTC. (RUHRGAS A.G., ESSEN, GERMANY.
VIZEPRA.SICENT DER INTE.NATIONALEN GAS UNION (IGU)) P 323-9.
208. THE LURGI COAL GASIFICATION PROJECT AT DORSTEN RUHR 100 OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE SO
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SECOND LAW ANALYSIS OF ENERGY DEVICES AND PROCESSES, PROC. WORKSHOP (WASHINGTON, D. Co.
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209. REFERENCE STATES. BY AMPENOTS,J. (HOCHSCHULE OER BUNOESWEHR, HAMBURG, GERMANY)
P BFi-77.
210. AVAILABILITY THE CONCEPT AND ASSOCIATED TERMINOLOGY. BY KESTINJ. (BROWN UNIV.,
PROVIDENCE, R. I. DIV. OF ENGINEERING) P 679-92.
211. SECChO LAN AND RADIATION. BY EOGERTONR. -. (OAKLAND UNIV., ROCHESTER, MICH. SCHOOL OF
ENGINEERING) P 693-707.
212. INTERNATIChAL PROGRESS IN SECOND LAW ANALYSIS. BY SZARGUT,J. (SILESIAN TECHNICAL
UNIL., GLIMICE, POLAND. POLITECHNIKA SLASKA) P 709-18.
213. SECChO LAW ANALYSIS IN HEAT TRANSFER. BY BEJANA. COLORADOO UNIVo. BOULDER. OEPT. OF
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) P 721-32.
214. PROCESS INTEGRATION AND THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS FUTURE POSSIBILITIES. BY
BERGC.A. (BERG (CHARLES A.) ASSOCIATES, BUCKFIELO, MAINE) P 733-42.
215. TOWAPD A SECOND-LAW TAXONOMY OF COMBUSTION PROCESSES. BY 8RZUSTOWSKI,T.A. WATERLOOO
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217. ON THE ROLE OF THE ?ECONO LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS IN MECHANICS OF MATERIALS* BY
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21o. TIHRP)F.VNAIC ASF-CTS OF -iNtFGY CONS!'7ATIOON BY VAN GCOL,W. (UTRECHT
RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT, NETHERLANDS. DEFT. OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY) P 763-92.
219. STEADY-FLCW AVAILABILITY ANC THE STANDARD CHEMICAL AVAILABILITY. 3T LUSSMAN,MV.
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220. THErOECONCMIC ISOLATION AND ESSERGY ANALYSIS. BY EVANSR.B. (GEORGIA INST. OF TECH.,
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221. EXEcGY EGOhOMICS, BY GAGGICLI,R.A. WEFER,W.J. (MARQUETTE UNIV., MILWAUKEE, WIS.)
P 822-37.
222. THE ROLE OF SECOND LAW ANALYSIS IN GEO'TmERMAL ECOrNOMICS BY dLCOMSTEk,C.H.
FASSGEN.ER,L.L. (BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST., RIGHLAhD, WASH. PACIFIC NORTHWEST LAB.)
P 839-51.
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FUNK,J.E. (LALIFORNIA INST. OF TECH., PASADE.A. JET PROPULSION LAB.) P 941-7.
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SHIEH,J.H. (KANSAS STATE UNIV., MANHATTAN. DEPT. OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) P 955-66.
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239. THE INFLUENCE OF CONTACT PRESSURE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SUPPORTED GAS DIFFUSION
ELECTRODES IN ALKALINE H(2)-0(2)-FUEL CELLS. BY EWEh.H. JUSTIE.H. SELBACHH.-J.
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SECTION I. LOW TEMPERATURE
Chemistry 81, 127, 128
Crystal Structure and Lattice Properties
16, 23, 31, 33, 34, 36, 38, 48, 53, 62, 63, 69,
70, 71, 74 thru 77, 84, 86, 102, 108, 109, 113,
114, 117, 119, 130, 132, 138, 140, 142, 172
Fluid Properties and Structure
4, 6, 9, 11, 12, 16, 21, 33, 35, 41 thru 49,
59, 61, 80 thru 87, 92, 93, 95, 96, 98, 125,
127, 145, 146, 150, 151, 152, 160, 161, 162,
163, 184, 209
Magnetic Properties and Materials
3, 8, 9, 12, 23, 24, 31, 32, 37, 40, 45, 54
thru 58, 64 thru 68, 76, 77, 78, 97, 99, 101,
106, 111, 114, 115, 119, 131, 132, 137, 143
Mossbauer Effect and Resonances 50, 51, 52
Optical Properties
1, 10, 30, 35, 43, 46, 80, 125
Semiconductors 38, 50, 51, 53, 120, 135


PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY

Sorption 82

Superconductors
1, 2, 3, 10, 13, 15, 18, 19, 20, 22, 25 thru
30, 34, 39, 54 thru 57, 63, 76 thru 79, 89,
90, 91, 94, 99, 100, 102 thru 105, 108, 112,
113, 124, 126, 129, 130, 133, 134, 136, 144,
166, 167, 169, 170, 171, 177, 178
Superfluidity 5, 6, 7, 17, 58, 60, 73, 97

Thermal Properties of Solids
2, 14, 66, 139, 147, 148, 149
Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, and
Transport Processes
6, 18, 21, 41, 42, 47, 49, 62, 83, 85, 87,
88, 93, 96, 150, 151, 152, 209 thru 238
Transport Properties of Solids
3, 15, 24, 27, 30, 64, 68, 107, 110, 111,
115, 116, 118, 131, 135, 137, 141, 143, 144
Other 121, 122, 123, 124


SECTION II AND III. CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING AND ENERGY
Aerospace Safety 203 Hydrogen 164, 181, 239, 240

Energy LNG and Methane
124, 155 thru 159, 161, 165, 166, 167, 169, 146, 164, 175, 179 thru 209, 228
174, 177 thru 241
Metallurgy and Mechanical Properties
Equipment and Devices 34, 71, 104, 119, 132, 133, 134, 138, 140,
89, 91, 104, 105, 166, 167, 169, 170, 173, 142, 170, 171, 172, 217
174, 177, 178
Metrology and Instrumentation
Gas Separation, Liquefaction, and 2, 20, 103, 176, 180, 202
Production
155 thru 158, 161, 163, 165, 175, 188, 199, Storage and Handling 168
226, 227, 239, 240
Other 124, 153, 154
Heat and Mass Transfer 165, 175, 206, 213
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